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Celebrate National Trails Day This Saturday

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The American Hiking Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving hiking trails around the country, is once again holding their annual celebration of trails -- and all glorious aspects of our beloved brain-clearing, getting-back-to-nature exercise -- with their National Trails Day series of events.

This year, the celebration takes place on Saturday, June 6th.

Events are scheduled all throughout the country -- some are even taking place in Europe. These are the events happening in the Los Angeles area:

- 7 a.m., a 3.6-mile hike to Switzer Falls in Altadena.
- 8 a.m., a hike from the Griffith Observatory parking lot to the Hollywood Sign.
- 8 a.m., at Seal Beach, a morning hike is taking place at the Los Cerritos Wetlands.
- 8:30 a.m., a hike at the Backbone Trailhead at Encinal Canyon over in Malibu.

If you're interested in partaking in any of them, head over to the respective link and RSVP. For a full list of scheduled events, check out the official website. And hey, while you're there, if none of the above offerings are fitting the bill for you, create your own hiking event.

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